I recall the argument saying something like after an author dies, his unpublished work and letters are often published by his heirs even though the quality of those unpublished works were often poor or not the same standard as his published works. I think the conclusion went on to say unpublished work after the author dies should be best left unpublished.I thought the question was a weaken type.
The correct answer was that the authors are often too critical of their work initially. The stem said that they should burn something they don't want published immediately after finishing it
Hey, I remember the scientist and the children one also. Question type is sketchy to me, but I thought it was an assumption.The experiment was on some well-known disease, and 2 out of 10 experiments failed.
There was also an argument about explaining how banks in Scotland doubled their business with England within some period after certain policies were passed. Two of the answer choices include "building new roads between Scotland and England" and "efficiency of paper money." The question type was "which of the following does the least to explain" type.I didn't have confidence in my answer for this one although I breezed right through it.